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Author: Bryan Killinger

First off, I would like to say this is my first tutorial. And if it is a bit sloppy, I'm sorry. This tutorial is made for the complete newbie. So let's get going!

1-Create some dynamic text. Give it a var. of "score"(without the "")

2-Create an object that you want to use for your rollover. Make it into a button.

3-Add this code to the button:

on (rollOver) {
 _root.score = _root.score+1;

4-Insert however many frames you want for it to wait for you.(For example, I put 20.)

5-On the 21st frame, create a key frame.

6-Make some more dynamic text and give it a var. of "tellscore".

7-Add this code to the keyframes actions:

_root.tellscore = _root.score

» Level Basic

Added: 2004-05-24
Rating: 5 Votes: 7
(10 being the highest)
» Author
I'm intermediate with Flash MX and know some actionscript.I made this all by myself
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